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All-flash storage and software for DevOps

Your DevOps team moves fast. Storage should get out of their way. Tintri all-flash storage and software controls each application automatically. Now you can spin up and tear down environments in minutes, copy production data in seconds, and test and deploy in half the time.

The Essential Guide to Storage for DevOps

How do you build infrastructure that’s simple, flexible and automated? Not through traditional storage, that’s for sure. Our Essential Guide to DevOps highlights everything you need to know in creating a successful DevOps strategy.

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Ensure developers stay up to date

Ensure Developers are Always Up-to-date

TINTRI SOLUTION

Tintri automatically updates dozens or hundreds of child applications from a master application across your data centers in minutes with application-level snaps.

CONVENTIONAL CHALLENGE

Development and test slows to a halt when pushing updates to developers for testing and integration. So, you either wait and risk your timeline, or bypass and risk your code quality.


 

Time travel for data recovery

Tintri automatically updates DevOps applications in minutes

TINTRI SOLUTION

Move effortlessly between 100+ snapshots per application. Lose a single file? Go back in time, copy it somewhere safe, and return right back where you left off without losing any data.

CONVENTIONAL CHALLENGE

Recovering just one application means recovering an entire LUN or volume. You'll lose your place, your performance history and your mind.


 

Isolation for each application and clone

Isolation for Every VM and Clone

TINTRI SOLUTION

Tintri isolates each application, eliminating noisy neighbors. Give production applications MIN IOPS guarantees and dev applications MAX IOPS limits. Mix production and development on one Tintri array with peace of mind.

CONVENTIONAL CHALLENGE

Critical dev & test applications can get stuck behind other applications. And the IO from dev & test clones can bog down the performance of production applications. That forces you into redundant copies and a data mess.

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